From Our Editors
Gallop Again was always intended to be a site for new beginnings. Gallop Again was originally founded in 2009 as a refuge for rescued horses and other farm animals. This blossomed into sharing these horses with others and teaching students to respect and appreciate the animals. Today, with an indoor arena, an outdoor arena, and 5 miles of trails on its land, Gallop Again teaches aspiring riders in a variety of different settings.
The instructors offer lessons for all ages, although they specialize in teaching children aged 3–12. Because fostering respect is a major goal, half of every private and semi-private riding lessons cover proper horse care, helping attendees develop a deeper connection with their animal. The rest of the lessons explore a number of riding styles, and the instructors begin to introduce more advanced skills, such as jumping, dressage, and western styles, depending on the student's progress and skill level.